Goddess All Around Us

I have been photographing nature this summer and everywhere I look I seem to see Goddess.  Here She is.  All you have to do is look for her.

 These are “glacial potholes” from Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts.  Notice that cauldronlike combination of strength and stability and receptivity and holding.

Here is the never-ending cycle of death and rebirth – a flower growing from the decomposing leaves.  It looks like a mushroom, doesn’t it?

Here is a place of peace.  Notice the sun coming through behind the tree, just waiting to energize you again when you are ready.

Some things need no explanation, like dragonflies and wild roses

By Carolyn Lee Boyd

Carolyn Lee Boyd is a writer, drummer, and herb and native plant gardener. Her essays, short stories, memoirs, reviews, and poetry have been published in a variety of print and online magazines and blog sites and various anthologies. She explores spirituality in everyday life and how we can all better live in local and global community.

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